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    Specifically for Chemistry,Biology, mathematics and economics?

    Did they expect you to know anything?
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    (I now see I have misinterpreted the question...)

    Maths was just some stuff from GCSE for the first few weeks, Chem was a bit like that too.

    I only did like 2 months of Biology and that was a few years back (but it was over a year after I'd left school) but safe to say I wasn't expected to know anything when I went.

    Nor did it affect how I did in the course, just before I dropped out we'd done a mock exam and I got the highest mark so lmaoo.

    But for Maths, you'll definitely need some memory of stuff you've done at school. Economics probably not, unsure about chem
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    I remember my first AS maths class we started the first chapter of C1, which is quite easy.
    For Economics, I think we did supply and demand diagrams.

    (Original post by shohaib712)
    Specifically for Chemistry,Biology, mathematics and economics?

    Did they expect you to know anything?
    In maths we did algebraic fractions and in economics we did the price mechanism
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